Falling Back: Thanksgiving Round Up of Recipes and Table Inspiration
It’s that time of year to fall back and when most of us in the US have turned back our clocks. It’s also time when my internal clock falls to comfort food. . .Harvesting, Gathering, and Thanksgiving!
Click on the links if you’d like to fall back for a taste or a peek at a little fall tabletop or Thanksgiving inspiration!
A sweet and salty treat, great for snacking and sure to satisfy hungry pilgrims, football fans, or tree-trimmers over Thanksgiving weekend!
Cornucopia folded napkins and a centerpiece with fall leaves and mini pumpkins for the table.
The flavor of pecan pie in an easy and delicious muffin. You’ll want to double the recipe!
At the table with gray pumpkins, Royal Stafford’s Hayride Harvest, and easy and delicious Roasted Pear-Butternut Soup.
Top pinned post and recipe for quick & easy mini pies with a package of refrigerated pie crusts, a muffin tin and cookie cutters.
A flavorful, sweet treat for your Thanksgiving table and an easy and delicious hostess gift!
A teaser appetizer to serve your guests and whet their appetite for the Thanksgiving feast.
Move over pumpkin pie, meet your replacement at the Thanksgiving table!
A pumpkin vase centerpiece and mini pumpkin vases for each place setting.
Cream of Plenty Soup, aka, Shrimp and Corn Chowder, plenty of flavor and plenty hearty! A meal in a bowl with some crusty bread, ideal for a busy week night when you need something warm and satisfying.
Blue married with shades of rust and brown for an unlikely Thanksgiving table color combination, but Mother Nature approved.
A double duty recipe! Fire up your Slow Cooker for an easy and moist Pumpkin-Cranberry bread. Enjoy it as a seasonal French toast for brunch with Cranberry-Maple Syrup.
The flavors of fall in a cake with a Maple Glaze and Sugared Pecans and Pepitas.
Shades of purple, plum and pumpkin in a plaid fringed throw provide a warm and colorful foundation for Thanksgiving table.
Make-ahead, flavorful and ideal for Thanksgiving weekend with family in town.
A harvest of Indian corn, mini pumpkins and a pumpkin vase centerpiece for your fall or Thanksgiving table.
DIY Holiday Spirits for an Autumn infusion of flavors for a specialty bourbon, ideal for a hostess gift and holiday cocktails!
A gratin that marries Yukon Gold with sweet potatoes for a perfect side for fall or Thanksgiving. Served in a double crust that’s layered with rosemary and Gruyère cheese!
A quick wash of metallic color highlights and dresses your pumpkins and gourds for an easy DIY for your Thanksgiving table.
Dress up your left over Thanksgiving turkey with Cranberry-Pecan Crusts for pot pie,or eat them like crackers :)
A little table top serendipity inspired by a Proud Tom Turkey.
Pumpkin-Chocolate Harvest Bundt Cake with Bourbon-Pecan Glaze! A cake lover’s alternative to pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving with the added bonus of chocolate!
Pomegranate and Pear Sangria, as easy to mix as is to drink! The perfect beverage to serve for a crowd for Thanksgiving!
Sure to be gobbled up by your canine companions!
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A great collection of seasonal inspiration Mary! Gotta say my absolute favorite is that potato gratin-it looks amazing! Happy November:@)
Oh Mary, why did I look at this yummy food related post before breakfast??? My stomach was growling as a scrolled through each delicious picture!! I love that at the end, Chloe and Gracie had been gifted with their own special doggie Fall treats. I’d love to be a guest at your house and be served with any of your lovely creations!
You do not need to go any where to seek out the best Fall recipes and beautiful tablescapes as it is all here in one place!…Love each and every recipe and table. The presentation is always impeccable. You always start off my day with a smile!…and anything with “the girls” in it is my fav!!!….Happy Monday!!…sharing away!
What an amazing array of beautiful pictures, gorgeous displays and oh so yummy food ideas. I have to start today to make all of your graciously shared ideas!!!
WOW!!! I don’t know what to read first..love it all and probably going to reread this post many, many times!!! Thanks for sharing!!! 🦃🦃🦃🍁🍁🍁
This is a post to save! Beautiful pics and yummy sounding recipes. Your tablescapes are so pretty. It seems like most bloggers are only showing neutrals and after awhile, they all look the same. Thank you for treating us with more traditional colors and lots of variety. Your blog is my favorite!
Oh Mary! I will take one of everything! Favorite post of the day! I want to try so many of these! I have had a hankering for making mini pumpkin pies and I am dying to try that potato gratin pie. Love love love!
Lots of goodies! Thanks for the scrumptious looking recipes and the beautiful fall pics! My favorite time of year!!!
What a bountiful Fall inspiration for the holidays! Thanks Mary♡
Thank you for the early Thanksgiving FEAST of beautiful table settings and scrumptious recipes. Have a wonderful, happy day! 🦃🍁🍂
I love your blog, one of my favorites!!!!!! This is a keeper, will refer to it many times in the coming weeks. Always look forward to seeing the next blog, your tables scapes are amazing
This is the MOST wonderful Thanksgiving blog post ever! I am so happy to have found your blog. Thank you.
I used to say you needed to publish a book with all your beautiful posts…but I’ve changed my mind…You need to publish a collection of books, one per each season and each holiday…You have more than enough material to get you started!
Oh my! Everything looks delicious! Including the tablescapes! I’ve lost 18 pounds recently and I think I just gained half of it back by reading that scrumptious pecan-pumpkin bread pudding recipe.
All the pretty food has made me hungry. I would love to have a piece of either of the pumpkin cakes right now as it is the middle of the afternoon. The soups sound delicious. Pinning away for later.
Of course, all the tablescapes are perfect in every way.
We got two inches of rain over the weekend.
Have a great week.
Mary, this post is a complete guide to autumn entertaining. Wow, what a treasure trove. Every one of these dishes is making me want to pull up a chair and have a bite or two or three or ….
Your details always make me swoon with delight.
Thanks for visiting my tartan post. I wish you could play along. I know your post would be spectacular.
Sigh…so much beautiful food, so many stunning tables…thank you for the fabulous fall round up Mary! [I’m posting one too on Friday] It’s so much fun to look back and discover things I missed the first time, and get new inspirations! Your floral pumpkins have me just itching to give it a try! I have got to make that potato gratin with rosemary crust, it’s been on my to do list for a long time!
just got home and back to umlimited internet, i have been without it for weeks and missed so many of your fabulous pics! i have loads of scrolling to do tonight, i had peeked on my phone, but its a treat to sit and take in weeks of your work!
Okay, I declare you Queen of Thanksgiving…who can beat all these fabulous—LOOKS and recipes. NUMMY, and here I am trying to simplify. This is just too fab,
Mary, what inspiration from the magnificent tablescapes to the presentation of food and recipes!! Such a great post to save! Blessings, Pam (everydayliving.me)
What an absolutely beautiful and mouth watering display of seasonal goodies. My husband was reading over my shoulder as I scrolled down. I heard a lot of oh’s and ah’s so I know he agrees with me. I have followed you for a number of years and I can’t think of any other blog that I rush to in order to see what fantastic recipes and table settings you have to share with us this year. Hope you and your have an fantastic holiday season. Now, I can’t wait for you Christmas postings. :)
Wow, what a feast and I must give at least one of these recipes a try for my Thanksgiving. I have only been following you for a year so I had to keep going back to check the recipes. Some folks read recipes instead of novels, so delicious. Your posts allow us to have a visual feast like no other. I would love to be your table setting assistant. So many choices and color combos and it all works. I am going to look at my dishes in new and unorthodox ways and see if I can benefit from your instruction. Would love to see where your dishes, tablewares get stored. It must be one terrific closet. Oh, baby. Thanks for today.
Beautiful Thanksgiving tablescapes and scrumptious recipes. All the food looks delicious!!
Mary, you could publish a series of books with recipes and tabletop ideas for each season! This is such an incredible collection. As I was scrolling, I said to myself, “Oh, I want to make that!” and “I want to make that!” Pinning and sharing!
As always, just lovely and so innovative. I’ve seen all of these before and love seeing them again. No way to pick a fav!
Oh my mouth is watering!! This all looks sooo good!